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VPR matrix 2250 motherboard configuration to connect the wires I disconnected to change another motherboard. Now I cannot reconnect all the wires. Can you help me? Thanks, Teg

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Hi,
You Need to go to The Motherboard Manufacturers Web-Site.
And Download A User Manual For That Model.
You can,t guess Or assume which wires go where, or your likely to damage the mainboard.
** Please Note** All motherboards Differ Slightly Unless you Purchase A Identical replacement.
Hope This Helps Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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